Come on, once you saw Brady throw for 517 yards and four touchdowns on Monday Night Football, you know you looked at those UGG shoes in a new light. Brady is godly.
The first week of the post-lockout NFL season did not disappoint. It was as wild as ever.
We saw several teams exposed as phonies. Yes, I’m looking at you Kansas City and Indianapolis.
New England, Green Bay and Philadelphia confirmed everybody’s thoughts. They’re Super Bowl contenders and will be there all season.
We saw stunning performances from the Buffalo Bills, Houston Texans and Baltimore Ravens. The Steelers look like they’re going to suffer a Super Bowl hangover despite being stacked on both sides of the ball.
Oddly enough, arguably the most competitive division in the NFL is winless after Week 1. The NFC South had difficult matchups across the slate and failed to deliver.
The NFC East and AFC South divisions used to be the most competitive in their respective conferences, but no more.
Let’s take a trip down memory lane and take a look into our crystal ball while assessing each team division by division.